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Ohio Property Laws?
I Know That A Upper Land Owner Cant Flood Out A Lower Land Owner, But We Have A Farmer That Dug A Ditch From A Road Cavert That Was Putting Water In His Feild And He Changed The Water Flow And Dug A 4Ft. Wide And About 3 Ft Deep Trench Right To Us. The Soild And Water And The County Wants Us To Do All This Work To Our Land And Fork Out 1000'S Of $$ To Run All The Water Across Where My Horses Are And Across The Driveway And Then Infront Of My Home And Along The Side. Everyone On The Board Are All Farmers, So No One Is Going To Tell Him To Take This Down. 1 Man Did And They Voted Him Off The Trustee'S Board Within 1 Year. Help Please. This Is Highland County!

I am not sure exactly what you are looking for. I am having a little trouble figuring out what the county wants you to do and the reasons why. However, as far as online statutes, here is a link that may help you find what you are looking for. Hopefully, this will help. If not, maybe try and lookup the numbers to local government offices that may be able to assist you further or you can contact an attorney for consultation advising you with this situation.
Here's the link:

Edit: Okay, i thought you were looking for laws, not trying to have them enforced. In this situation I would definitly call the state police and file a report with them over the damage this farmer is doing to your property. I would also contact a lawyer to represent you in front of the council and to possibly recover the costs of damages you have or will incur. Unfortunatly, to minimalize damage to your property any further, you may have to go forth with remedying the situation yourself and then sue the responsible party for causing these damages. I am sorry you are going through this and I wish I could be more help.

How Do I Hire A Lawyer In Trinidad For A Wrongful Death? When I Live In The Us?
My Husband Was Killed In February 07, He Was A Peace Activist And The Police In Chauguanas Killed Him, His Brother, And Two Other Men. The Autopsy Report Showed My Husband Did Not Have Gun Powder On His Body. The Police Claim My Husband And The Others Were Shooting At Someone And That Is Why They Killed Him, His Brother And The Other Two Men.

Contact the US embassy in Trinidad. They can supply you with a list of local attorneys who are regarded are being reputable. Once you get the list it's up to you to start making phone calls and talking to them. Work it out on the phone or visit to finalize the deal.

Here's the US embassy's website.

List of Attorneys
The Embassy assumes no responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the persons or firms whose names appear in the following list. It is considered, however, that they are of good repute. The names listed are arranged alphabetically, and the order in which they appear has no other significance.

Level 1, Uptown Mall 44-58 Edward Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 627-8419; 623-5657(office)
(868) 624-4715 (residence)
Fax: (868) 623-8528

Desmond Allum, born October 31, 1934, Trinidad.
Types of cases: Criminal, adoption, child custody, civil damages, estates, government relations, marriage/divorce, taxes, aeronautical/maritime, banking/financial, contracts, narcotics, auto accidents, labor relations, insurance, patents/trademarks/copyrights and theft/fraud/embezzlement
Languages: English, Spanish and French
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

Gregory Delzin, born October 9, 1958, Trinidad.
Types of cases: Civil damages, estates, government relations, marriage/divorce, collections, corporations, foreign claims, labor relations, marketing agreements, narcotics and theft/fraud/embezzlement
Languages: English
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

Brent Ali, Types of cases: Criminal, business, family experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

94 Edward Street Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephone: (868) 623-7334
Fax: (868) 625-7838
9 Prince Street, Suite 4
Arima, Trinidad
Telephone: (868) 664-5286

Kwasi Bekoe, born November 3, 1946, Trinidad
Types of cases: Criminal, adoption, custody, civil damages, estates, marriage/divorce, contracts, corporations, foreign claims, foreign investment, labor relations, patents/copyrights, auto accidents, narcotics, theft/fraud/embezzlement

Chancery Courtyard
Suite 7
13-17 St. Vincent Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 625-9746
Fax: (868) 625-0352

Claude Denbow, born November 2, 1948 in Georgetown, Guyana. Citizen of Trinidad and Tobago. Graduate of London University; Harvard law School; Gray’s Inn, London.
Types of cases: Civil law with special emphasis on commercial law
Specialization: Company law and practice, estate/collection and trade disputes
Language: English

48-50 Sackville Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 623-1618-9; 623-425-6; 623-0606
Fax: (868) 623-0605; 623-6524

A large firm that deals with the following types of cases: Real estate, commercial, corporate, oil and gas, litigation and financial

Bacolet and Main Street
P.O. Box 63
Scarborough, Tobago
Telephones: (868) 639-6436; 639-4645 Neville Francis Gibbes, born in Tobago August 18, 1934. Graduate of Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, London, November 1960.
Types of cases: Conveyancing, trade disputes, divorce and criminal
Languages: English, Spanish and French
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

1 Bacolet Street
Scarborough, Tobago
Telephones: (868) 639-3187; 639-2212
Fax: (868) 639-2171

Christo Gerard Gift, born in Tobago December 25, 1953
Types of cases: Criminal cases, adoptions, child custody, civil damages, estates, marriage/divorce, auto accidents, narcotics, theft/fraud/embezzlement and patents/copyrightsLanguage: English

Joycelyn Gift, born February 19, 1956 in Trinidad.
Types of cases: Investments, insurance, narcotics and theft/fraud/embezzlement Language: English

19 St. Vincent Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 623-4237; 652-4903

David Philip Hamel-Smith, born June 15, 1948 in Trinidad. Admitted to practice in 1970.Types of cases: Estate cases, trade disputes, banking, finance, energy (non-oil projects), civil litigation and international loan agreementsLanguages: English

Timothy Hamel-Smith, born October 2, 1948. Admitted to practice in 1973.Types of cases: Civil litigation, international loan agreements, admirality, probate and corporationLanguage: English

9A Harris Promenade
San Fernando, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 652-2901/3731/4366
Fax: (868) 652-4317

Bryan Lee Kelshall, born March 12, 1946 in Trinidad. Graduate of College of Law, London, England.
Types of cases: Marketing agreements and aeronautical/maritime
Language: English

35 Abercromby Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 625-5105

Israel Khan, born August 15, 1945 in Trinidad. Graduate of Hugh Wooding Law School. Trinidad.
Types of cases: Divorce, contracts, foreign investments, marketing agreements, insurance/patents/trademarks/copyrights, narcotics, criminal and theft/fraud/embezzlement
Language: English
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

17-19 Pembroke Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 623-8505; 623-5461/2/3/; 625-4459

Stephanie Daly, born November 3, 1946 in England. Citizen of Trinidad and Tobago. Graduate of London University; The London School of Economics and Science.
Types of cases: Corporate, commercial, conveyancing, estate cases. Notary Public.
Language: English and French
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

Courtenay Braemar Williams, born in Trinidad. Graduate of the Hugh Wooding Law School, Trinidad.
Types of cases: Corporate, financial, litigation
Language: English
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

P.O. Box 116
129-131 Abercromby Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 623-4283-7
Fax: (868) 625-2984

Joseph David Errol David Boucaud, born in Trinidad. Graduate of Law Society in England.
Types of cases: Corporate and Commercial Law. Notary Public.
Language: English

William David Clarke, born in Jamaica, Graduate of Cambridge University, England.
Types of cases: Corporate, commercial, aeronautical /maritime and marketing agreements
Language: English reads Spanish and French
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

Dennis Michael Adrian Gurley, born in Trinidad, Graduate of College of Law, London, England.
Types of cases: Corporate, commercial disclaimer, civil litigation, foreign claims, and insurance auto accidents Language: English

Kenneth Reginald Viera, born in Trinidad. Graduate of the University of London and College of Law, England. Types of cases: Property transactions and banking/financial
Language: English

David Hannays, born in Trinidad, March 1,1931. Graduate of Law Society of England.
109 Roberts Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 622-7946
Types of cases: Criminal cases, trade disputes and estate/collection
Specialization: Company law and practice, Supreme Court practice, conveyancing, probate and divorce. Notary Public.
Language: English

76 Abercromby Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 625-5016; 622-2082

Brian Hewitt, born December 8, 1951, London, England. Graduate of College of Law, Lancaster Gate, London, England.
Types of cases: Conveyance property, international law, trade disputes, contracts and foreign investment

117 Woodford Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 622-3972

13-17 Keate Street
San Fernando, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 652-3801-3

Room 412 Centre Point Mall
Chaguanas, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 672-4160

1A Guapo Cap-de-Ville Road
Point Fortin, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 648-4124

Krishna Narinesingh, born in Trinidad November 27, 1932. Graduate of English Law Society, February 3, 1959.
Types of cases: Corporate, civil, industrial relations, maritime, international business, labor disputes, industry and estates
Specialization: Tax law, international financing, international industry. Notary Public.
Languages: English, Spanish, French

Barendra Sinanan, born in Trinidad, October 4, 1948. Graduate of Law College of London, England.
Types of cases: General cases
Language: English

Sherwin Seenath, born in Trinidad, October 11, 1946. Graduate of the College of Law, Lancaster, England.
Types of cases: Conveyancing, collection/estate cases and trade disputes
Language: English

41 Edward Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 625-5074
Fax: (868) 625-6110

Om Lalla
Types of cases: Constitutional, criminal, immigration law, employment, judicial review, matrimonial, land and sports
Language: English
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

13A Pembroke Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephone: (868) 623-2584

Peter Wharton, born in Guyana, Citizen of Trinidad and Tobago. Graduate of Lincoln’s Inn, London, England.
Types of cases: Civil, conveyancing, probate, divorce, trade disputes and international law
Languages: English and Spanish
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

20 Simpson Drive
Andalusia, Maraval, Trinidad
Telephone: (868) 628-3282

Hugh Howard, born in Trinidad, Citizen of Trinidad and Tobago. Graduate of Lincoln’s Inn, London, England.
Types of cases: Company law, trade disputes, joint agreements and immigration
Specialists in Corporate Energy and Natural Resources.
Language: English

16 Gray Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Telephones: (868) 622-9377
Fax: (868) 628-9606

Dharamchand Depoo, Citizen of U.S.A., resident of Trinidad and Tobago. Graduate of Hugh Wooding Law School, Trinidad and Tobago. Juris Doctor, Rutgers University School of Law, Camden, NJ, U.S.A. Member of the New Jersey Bar, Federal Bar, U.S.A, Trinidad and Tobago Bar and Guyana Bar.
Types of cases: International business transactions, project financing, U.S. and Trinidadian immigration, adoptions, commercial and criminal
Experience with U.S. citizens and/or companies

Can A Good Attorney Get A First Time Offender, No Criminal Record, Out Of Felony Drug Posession Charges.?
Drugs Were Found In A Vehicle After A Random Traffic Stop, They Found Drugs In The Vehicle, But Not On The Driver, Who Was Driving A Friends Car. It'S Basically Choosing A Good Attorney With Experience Vs Public Defender Just Out Of Law School.

Get the good attorney pay the $2000 and try to keep it off your record.
Doubtful that it will be a clean walk thoug, sorry to say.

How To Get Into Yale Law School?
Hi Everyone, I Want To Know What Is Required To Attend Yale Law School. I Know You Have To Be Smart, So Please Do Not Write That, I Would Like Serious Answers. What I Need To Know Are What Classes I Should Take While Attending College, Pre- Requisites That Are Required, Internship Ideas, Lsat Scores Etc. Thanks So Much For Your Help.

Hey Sarah,

There isn't a specific formula for getting into Yale Law. People come from many different paths and walks of life at YLS; there isn't a specific class you should take, or a major you should have. What you need to possess is a stellar academic record (and I mean stellar--student admitted to YLS typically have GPAs of 3.8 or above), an exceptional LSAT score (172+, preferably 175+), excellent recommendations, and a résumé that shows involvement (no specific type of internship is preferred over another--what you should focus on is demonstrating commitment to and leadership in two or three specific causes over a number of years, rather than sporadic participation in 10+ activities).

You will also have to devote some serious time and thought to the "softs" in your application: Your personal statement, résumé, addenda, and letters of recommendation. Of particular importance will be the personal statement and LORs. When you are competing for admission into the top echelons, where everyone has GPAs of 3.9+ and LSATs in the 172+ range, it's the softs that set you apart and make you memorable.

However, even with all that, admission will not be a definite thing. You will still face some tough competition if you're looking for admission into Yale, because competition for law schools of that caliber is intense for anyone, regardless of their credentials. Yale has the lowest admissions percentage of all ABA-approved law schools (just over 7%) for a reason.

Focus on doing the following during your academic years in order to create a solid applicant profile that will put you at an advantage in the law school application process:

1. Pick a college major that will require a lot of reading- and research-intensive classes (for example: political science, history, economics, or sociology). This will not only prepare you for law classes (which themselves are incredibly research- and reading-heavy), but it will also demonstrate to law schools, when you apply, that you can handle the academic load of law school.

2. Keep an upward grade trend throughout college. This means that your grades either get stronger as you go through school, or start off strong and remain there for all 4 years of college. Most law schools will want to see GPAs of 3.5 or above (the closer you can get to a 4.0, the better). If you get a B during your freshman year, it's not a deal-breaker; your focus should be to keep your grades as high as you can get them.

3. Take a challenging class load: Intro classes are okay for freshman and (maybe) sophomore year of college, but once you get to junior and senior year, your focus should be on upper-level classes and seminars that allow you to really hone in and focus on your specific interests within the major. And, as always, keep your grades up throughout.

4. Establish rapport with your professors (particularly during your junior and senior years of college). You can do this by attending office hours, working for them as a research assistant, and talking to them after class. They will be the ones writing your letters of recommendation, and will only be able to write effective, overwhelmingly positive ones is if they have specific, anecdotal knowledge of you and can favorably compare you to other students in your class.

5. Work on your extracurriculars. Don't worry about being a part of 30 student groups; instead, focus on 2 or 3. Become a part and get involved during your freshman and sophomore years, and then obtain leadership positions in them during your junior and senior years.

6. Take the LSAT either the summer after junior year or the fall of your senior year of college. This will allow you to get the LSAT out of the way and apply as early in the admissions cycle as possible, which is incredibly beneficial to your overall chances.

I would also not focus exclusively on YLS as your only law school choice. Branch out a little. Research law schools and become familiar with their LSAT and GPA requirements, as well as their acceptance percentages. A great place to start is the LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools:

I know I gave you a lot of info--I hope some of it helps! Feel free to PM me if you have any additional questions--I'm glad to help!

South Africa Lawyer Exists?
I Am Trying To Find Out If A Lawyer By The Name Of Dennis Reiz Exists? The Info I Have On Him Is That His Office Is Supposedly At 2Nd Floor Commisioner House, Johannesburg 2196 South Africa. Is Supposed To Be Legal Representitives,Financial Brokers,& Investment Advisors Any Good Info On This Is Appreciated! Thanks

A quick google search through up a website with a list of all the attorneys in Johannesburg,, I did a quick ctrl F search and couldn't find Dennis Reiz, but feel free to look yourself. Also when I google mapped the address, it seems to be a residential address albeit quite a wealthy one, hope this helped.

Average Awarded Personal Injury Settlement For Medical Expenses Of 64000 In Florida?

Don't count on it !!

My nephew was in an accident caused by another driver .

He broke his collar bone , was out of work for eight months, had a ton of medical bills ... with more to come ..

His attorney was only able to get him a settlement of only $12,500 and the current bills to be paid BUT any future bills , he's have to pay his self .....

From what I can find out , the "Average" award in Florida is like $10,000 to $15,000.00 ......